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to the desk. >>> police say a party bus crashed at about 11:00 p.m.. alex savidge is near the scene tells us police have a man in custody. he may be the driver. alex. >> reporter: it's possible. the driver though was gone. the driver of the party bus nowhere to be found when chp officers first pulled up to this crash a short time later they did find the man. he has since been detained for key questioning. veered off the highway, hit a tree and went down an embankment. one man a passenger was found dead inside that wrecked bus. the crash was just before 11 crank last night on northbound 280. just south of the alpine road exit. investigators don't know what caused the bus to crash. mainly because they haven't figured out who was driving yet. a chp spokesman says the man that was found near this scene is not being cooperative. >> we are trying to figure out if he was the driver or any way involved in the collision. >> reporter: and the chp says if that man turns out to be the driver, he could of course face charges for the death of the passenger. the man that was killed here was in his mid to l
into san francisco using the car. i would say use bart, it's not striking, that's a great way to get without the bridge. ruth now at the toll plaza there is a backup. the metering lights have not gone out. but they will. there is a big backup there. back to the desk. we have a bart strike that's been averted. the trains are running this morning. they will run for the next seven days. last night the governor stepped in to the heated labor dispute just two hours before that midnight strike deadline. now we have team coverage for you. and we're covering the surprise for some shuttle drivers. they can see they are the no you can thatting anywhere. they asked him to step in he answered with the injunction which brings the strike to a halt for now. >> they emerged. and a board will investigate. they will issue a cooling off period. >> they are using it as a scare tactic and they were bargaining in bad faith. we heard how it was unnecessary to keep the public on pins and needles. there is no reason to continue the drama and the stress. the last thing we wanted was to see the train shut dow
monday morning. >>> >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning august 9th i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. >> we heard her say it's going to get a little warmer. >> that is right. a minor warmup. we will start with today. a tad warmer than yesterday. for some a near repeat and for some two to three degrees warmer. but it's a start. warmer afternoon for your friday. this morning we are waking up with low clouds once again. patchy drizzle as we mentioned. windshield wipers may be going as you get to work. breezy through the delta and afternoon sea breeze will be with us. that system off the coast beginning to shift to the north. we are looking at temperatures beginning to rebound. i'll have a look at the numbers coming up. good morning, sal. >>> good morning, rosemary. traffic looks good on the san mateo bridge. a little foggy here. also the morning commute looks good if you are driving on northbound 101 in san francisco approaching the 80 split. 6:01 back to the desk. >>> all right this morning 6:00 we are tracking developing news in vallejo where police
caused the lights to go out for tens of thousands of people overnight. >>> thank you for joining us. >>> let's check weather, traffic and steve is there. he is busy. your weather watchers are busy. >> epfully san francisco. sal is getting the same responses. there is a lot of drizzle out there. a big cloud deck. we had high midlevel clouds. >> they were cool. everything with that low t translates into cooler temperatures. >> you are right about that fog and some of the same people have been tweeting me or the drizzle, pardon me. it is wet on the roads. it could be a little trickier. 280 here. it is good. the bridge moderate. back to the desk. >> thank you. >>> we have breaking news a tragedy in oakland. a boy and his fath were child a shooting in oakland. we have a photo of the child. tell us what you know, tara. >> reporter: baby andrew those are the cries we heard. and they are grief stricken here. let's show you a picture of the child we're talking about, 1 year old shot and killed her. it was early this morning, along with his father. someone crept into the backyard of the hou
morning. thank you for joining us. >>> and august 1. >>> good morning let's check weather and traffic. steve is there. the coast is clear. there are breaks. >>> you said it. >>> weeks and months we will get sun. they got it yesterday. it looks better by the coast today. we have low clouds here it will burn off. 60ed and 70s and 80s. >>> good morning we're looking at the san mateo bridge and the traffic looks good all the way out to the peninsula with no problems. when you gloat 101 is in good shape. and highway 4 over the willow pass grade. it looks good but there is slow traffic on the way to pittsburgh. >> let's go back to the desk. >>> a woman was assaulted just outside of santa clara university. she was walking alone on lexington street near the mission library at 1:30 a.m. she said a man tried to grab her. she was able to escape and run home and call the police. officers brought in search dogs they lost the suspect's scent though in the campus. police believe it was the motive behind the attack. our reporter talking to police right now. we'll have a live report coming up at the b
was >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us. >>> let's check weather, traffic, the weather, steve, it sounds weird today. >> a lot of clouds and drizzle. all the way inland for some. and after the clouds burn off there will be clouds from the low that's moving into the north. that's going to keep us cool and 60s and 70s and showers. sal. >>> highway 4 looks good. there are no problems. slow westbound 80. >>> police want your help to identify two men posing as pg&e workers and robbing people. they robbed them in the home yesterday. and as we found out, this is the third robbery of this kind. >> police believe they are the ones who robbed several businesses. the starbucks here was robbed and a jamba juice. police say the business robberies were in the last two weeks, the men arrived around the opening time in orange vests and hard mattes to workers that you see here. they held up the starbucks and the jamba juice and making off with the opening cash. then at 8:30 in the morning. men with a similar description posed as pg&e workers and bound a man, woman and girl in their home which
. the alternate route you should use to get to work on time. >>> the bay bridge set to close in a matter of weeks. the dates you may want to keep in mind. >>> making it harder to deport illegal immigrants. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning. we are live outside the oakland police department this morning. officers dealing with another deadly shooting and just when they are really stepping up efforts to fight violent crime we will tell you how it fits into their latest plan in just a few minutes. good morning, it's friday august 16th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, can you scare up some sunshine for pam? >> not yet. maybe soon. a lot of low clouds in place. it does look a little cooler. not much has changed here. kind of muggy for most of the lows. only in the north bay finding cool lows. most areas are around 64-5:. 64 to 84 by noon. i will tell you yesterday very hot up in parts of lake county and out toward vacaville. i don't think that really changes today. san francisco hovering around seasonal average this time of yea
'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us. >> i'm dave clark. steve, are you still worried about lightning this morning. >> not this morning but later this afternoon. thick fog out there. be careful coast and bay. some of that is reducing visibility. isolates showers, 60s 70s and 80s at noon. a lot more cloud cover and the wind has definitely picked up. it will not be as hot for some inland yesterday. the low is rotating around, still sending in a couple of bands moving north and west off shore but the red flag warning continues. temperatures a lot cooler today than yesterday. more 50s and 60s instead of the 70s. the wind has picked up. gusts up to 30 plus. yesterday they were at 8 miles per hour. that is a huge difference. some of that cloud cover, there's a little blip skirting along going east to west. the main cloud deck has moved north. we are in line for fog and a possibility of lightning again. it equals a cooler pattern for those inland today. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. temps to the north are dependent on the cloud cover. >> good morning. we do have things to talk about in fr
fire. why they couldn't use water when they first arrived? >>> presidentobama hits the road. why he wants to make college more affordable. ktvu channel 2 news continues. >>> and good morning. here's a live look on what's inside what's left a large marijuana grower operation, emergency that led to the discovery. that's coming up in a couple of minutes. i'm troy campbell. >> and let's check weather and traffic. steve is right over there. and back to school, wake up. and 59, go 67. and 72 degrees for hayward, starts back to school today. weather pressure is moving. it's moving out of the area, not before we picked up the coverage on the fog. we cooled down yesterday. there's cooler day aloft. and i don't think it's stuck. decent sea breeze, west wind, there goes our low. it will wrap around, possibility of showers in mendocino and lake county. it's kind of cool and breezy for a few. fog and sun later on. overall mostly sunny. clouds in the north and east, the breeze is out of the west for many. southwest, 25-30 miles an hour for a few. some highs, 60s, 70s towards antioch. >> traffic i
the possibility of a walk out after midnight tonight. the morning news continues now. >>> thank you for joining us. >> concerned about fog or cool? >> warmer weather will get here but not this week. it is 12 below average here. it may get a little cooler. that's coming up. >>> on the upper deck of the bay bridge it is slow because of a stalled truck. now the truck has stalled, nothing else. and it is slow. we'll see if jeff or ken or dave, one of those guys, can you bring up the toll plaza for me westbound. it is backed up. the meters lights are on. it is slow because when they have something on the bridge they slow the metering lights down this and the commute. back to dave and pam. >> we have developing news. firefighters are busy mopping up hot spots at the presidio. it started about 2:30 at a grassy area near the national cemetery. they faced a lot of challenges including poison oak and getting to water. a fire in the presidio is very unusual. >> this is the first oneky remember. i have been here 13 years. >> we get a lot of fog, not much fire. >> three acres burned. no buildings were threaten
is joining us from the construction hub to tell us why some people are sad to see the old bridge go. >> reporter: that would be some of the engineer. they said back in its day when the bridge was made in the 1930s the engineers only had rulers, paper, and pencils to work with. it's a mash sell it was ever -- marvel it was ever created. a lot of people excited for this new bridge. here to talk with us about traffic is officer daniel to let us know how things went last night. last night was it bad? >> the commute hour was impacted as we expected. it wasn't as bad as we had anticipated. we anticipated gridlock throughout the bay area on thursday. by in large it was a lot lighter. we think people used alternate forms of transportation or called in a day earlier. today's traffic patterns we expect to be the same. just light for people that have to go to work and for those that may be going out of town. we might see the commute hour extend a little bit longer. maybe to our noon and heavy traffic in certain areas. overall, we don't expect too many delays. >> all right, thanks for joining u
in sacramento. 80s down on the desert. system right there will begin to cool us down. it's already beginning to pick up that fog. 90s for these temps. 70s for some. 60s and 70s. 80s and 90s away. temperatures will they be the same tomorrow? start our cooling trend then. here is sal. >>> the livermore valley once again is a mess. we had an earlier crash. we had a couple minor crashes. the crash is gone but the damage is done on 580 if you drive from tracy to livermore. the yellow indicator is where the accident was blocking lanes for about the better part of the last half hour. and you can see traffic is still very heavy. now this might be kind of something for you to consider. if you get on the road let's say west of livermore. if you get on the road in dublin there is a big artificial barrier holding people back. you might want to get ahead of the crowd and take advantage. that crash has been cleared soon. the entire valley will be filled with people that are running behind. let me move the maps a little bit before we move on. 880 from hayward to fremont looks good. a couple of crashes in s
california. it's wrapping back towards us. it looks like it's pushing into the pacific, slightly cooler, especially the coast. it's partly sunny skies and partly cloudy. look at it, 70, fairfield, livermore and san francisco, a west whipped picking up. a lot of cloud cover comes off the mother load or central sierra. some of that could move back off of us. the flow continues to pick up an i lot of moisture. some sun i, a lot of clouds building up. maybe some lightning could be kind of that midwest kind of days. 60s, # 0s, 80 and still hot but not as hot as yesterday. >> traffic is moving along pretty -- pretty well, but it's getting crowded around the bay area. traffic looks pretty good getting up to the coliseum, going around hayward is being in good shape. it's backed up to the 880 crossing. if you're driving on the peninsula or on the freeway heading south, let's say if you're using the san mateo bridge, that's okay. this is also to off to a good start. 6:02, let's did pack to the desk. >>> firefighters are battling ten across the california area. some are in remote areas and others
are already thinking of alternative ways to get to work on monday. i will talk to you about options. >>> why u.s. embassies overseas will be shut down. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us friday morning august 2nd i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve has a lot to tell you about this morning. >> yeah a little bit. it will be warmer inland. we do have a little bit a decrease in that sea breeze. there is a lot more fog and low clouds. not much change coast and bay. here is sal. >>> good morning. westbound bay bridge is going to be slow but here at the mccarthur maze it does look good. when you get to the toll plaza it's really slow because of an earlier crash on the bridge. didn't stay there for too long. 237 is light. 6:01 let's go back to the desk. >>> thank you, sal. we continue with our breaking news. six cars destroyed. one damaged in a fire at a carport early this morning in hayward. i want to take you live to the scene this morning of what is left of these cars. it happened at 3:20 this morning on
as it happens by signing up for our mobile app or following us on twitter or liking us on facebook. >>> new details on about the horrifying kidnap of a girl. james dimaggio first tortured the girl's mother and brother and then he killed them and set their house on fire. he also killed the family dog. records also indicate that on the day of the murders dimaggio and the teenage girl hannah anderson called each other 13 times. court documents show dimaggio's sister made a large number of calls to his phone that day and she may have helped him. meanwhile a family from oakland say they're frustrated with the lack of leads in the case. two dozen people walked from headquarters to city hall in memory of 21 month old daphne webb. she disappeared five weeks ago in east oakland. her father told police that someone kidnapped daphne from his car while he went to astern 79th avenue. the grandfather says he's not buying the father's die. >> it's obvious that everything is fitting together as it sounds. the whole thing seems fishy. >> daphne's mother says the family plans to walk in daphne's honor every
for waking up with us. we're looking at a pretty picture of the bay bridge this morning. this is from the rooftop here at ktvu news. just five days away from that bridge shut down. we will tell you how you can avoid the expected traffic troubles spots coming up in our next hour. it is friday, august 23rd i'm pam cook. >> it is friday. good morning, i'm dave clark let's check weather and traffic. steve, are you expecting any weather problems? >> no it's kind of quiet here. we have a pretty good fog bank out there. the low responsible for our way up in the pacific northwest and out of the picture. it got cloudy here. so temperatures stuck. 50s to 60s to start off with. we will start to see that fog burn back. and then mostly sunny. here is some fog near the coast but there will be some sun as well. 60 to 90. we are all 50s on the temps. santa rosa 56. san francisco 58. 61 san jose but not far away. so low clouds. kind of cool and breezy. upper 50s and 60s on the mild side. you get that west wind. morning fog and then sunny. a little bump up in the temps inland. the breeze out of the wes
to walk off the job to begin a three day strike. tara joins us now to tell us what led up to this walk out. >> you know they just started to arrive here. you can hear them. they began the chanting behind me and not happy because the city has hired replacement workers to come in today to take their spot. joining me live is gary jimenez. explain why you guys are doing this. >> essentially we've been bargaining since about february. and they've just walked away from the table. we told them we've given them dates to come meet with us and they are refusing to come to the table. >> they said you are doing this illegally. what does that mean? >> i'm not sure why they are calling it illegal. we're doing it because they haven't come to the table. there's a number of other issues and weren't giving us information. our research shows their numbers are off. they refuse to come back to the table. and we're asking them to come back and negotiate. >> 300 workers are striking. but you guys decided not to have this affect 911 dispatch. >> absolutely. we're not here to hurt the community. that's why we have
of lightning is causing a dangerous situation. ktvu is joining us live. you're near martinez in contra costa county. good morning, katie. >> as you could see from my hair whipping around, it's like a wind tunnel on highway 4. you could see just how dry the grassy hills are between martinez and hercules. now let me show you some video of a grass fire that shut down highway 4 last night around 9:30. cal fire cleared the scene near franklin canyon road around 2:00 this morning after the fire charred around 3 acres. the chp says the car fire sparked the grass fire. there are no reports of injuries and they are investigating what caused the initial fire. cal fire tells us a record dry winter is a factor in the busy fire season. much of the bay area is dry. we had windy conditions and already crisp up the grass. the agency's latest reports, during the latest round of force, lightning sparked four new fires statewide, burning 300 acres altogether. in a 24 hour period, this were 3400 strikes. the red flag warning for the bay area includes the north bay valleys and hills. there is, as mark mentioned
could be banned at certain city facilities used by thousands of people in san jose. we'll explain the proposal that is being debated today and the controversy business hind it. >>> is good morning. there it is the bay bridge incline. the old eastern span of the bay bridge on its last morning commute before we shut it down tonight and then get ready for the new eastern span. it will be very busy next few days. it is wednesday august 28th i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. let's check your weather and traffic. steve is off today but the great mark tamayo is here. mark. >> reporter: good morning. happy to be here with you guys on this early wednesday morning. tracking low clouds and fog. dense fog that could impact your visibility for the morning commute especially out to the bay bridge itself. and the san mateo bridge. right near the immediate shoreline. santa rosa last check reporting one-half mile visibility. current temperatures in the upper 50s. san francisco 57. san jose mostly clear skies 62 and upper 50s in walnut creek. a layer of warm air is up above our heads. it's compr
military action. channel 2 news continues. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up to us. what a pretty site to wake up to. the new and old span. it is well lit and a lot of traffic on the old span there this morning. we're 36 hours until the bridge shuts down. we'll talk about when it will reopen. we'll have the details in a few minutes. thank you for joining us i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve can we drive to work with our windows down. >> maybe, dave, i don't have a problem with that. it's a little cooler this morning especially in the north bay system that's coming in here. the drizzle is long gone. it's mostly clear, patchy fog, 48 to 6 -- 60, it will be warmer in the afternoon. some low 60s, but napa santa rosa, cooler reading. we'll go for sunshine and a high of # 0 degrees. temperatures look good along the coast. we'll have temperatures, 60, # 70s, 80s, 74 here's sal. >> good morning, we do have a look at the new bay bridge span, i want you to come to the tv. you can see how nice it's going to look. right now, it's not open to traffic, the
. >>> we are live in fremont where con artists are burglarizing homes. we'll tell you how they are using a story about snakes to trick homeowners. >>> gone. i want to take you out to the golden gate bridge. a little fog out in. and that bridge could be a little more crowded when the bay bridge closes. we'll tell you how to avoid the traffic trouble spots as we approach that closure. good morning, i'm pam cook it's monday, august 26th. >> and i'm dave clark. how should people dress today? >> it's a little warm. there is a little drizzle on the golden gate and parts of oakland and sfo. but temperatures are in the 60s. a little system just moving in right there. helping to enhance that low cloud deck. very mild. 65. 60s if more. very few upper 50s. san jose at 64. san francisco starting off at 60. really stuck on the temperature. anywhere from 66 to 69. about the last week we will go 68 today. near average for this time of year. back to school continues for some today. alameda unified school district is back to school. starting off 62. we'll go 65. high today of 70 degrees. a lot of tropica
. can you find some sun for us later today? >> i'm trying to. i think we will but right now we're starting out with a solid deck of overcast that will be part of your commute this morning. in the north bay you can see toward santa rose sarks that vat dough -- rosa, novato. san francisco covered with the clouds toward san mateo, hayward and san jose and mountain view at last check. current temperatures are ranging from the upper 50s. half moon bay 57 degrees. lots of 60s for san francisco, oakland san jose currently checking in 65 degrees. forecast for this morning, you guessed it. we're talking about some low clouds and then by 9:00, the clouds still over the bay and right near the immediate coastline. clouds pull back near the shoreline into the afternoon hours. the forecast for the beaches for today, this afternoon areas of fog and drizzle. still some leftover patches this afternoon. by 3:00 63 to 68 degrees. right around the bay, basically the same deal for this morning. then we gradually strip away the clouds for this afternoon. mid-70s to the lower 80s. inland neighborhood
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